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Ergo Auto Pet Waterer


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  • Reduces the chance of your pet getting Urinary Tract Diseases
  • Keeps pets with Chronic Renal Failure hydrated
  • Unique 8 layed filter & automatic aeration sustem guarantees algae free water
  • Reduces Kidney and Lever problems
  • No spill check valve makes no mess when refilling and transporting
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Size: LARGE
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 26 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000UOEH0
  • Item model number: 2000LW
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Size: LARGE

The Auto Pet Waterer provides filtered clean sparkling water so pets drink more fresh water. Auto Pet Waterer has high capacity storage unlike other units in the market. The large Pet waterer/water fountain is available in a 5 gallon size. The unit consists of a storage container and pet bowl with a recalculating pump. The pump re-circulates the water from the bowl through a disposable 8 layer filter. A patented forced aeration (forced induction of air into water) system within the recirculation system reduces pet saliva contamination and aerates the water continuously. Hence, the waterer does not rely on water splatter to induce oxygen in the water. This in conjunction with the 8 layer filter provides for a sparkling crystal clear fresh flow of oxygenated running water to the bowl/fountain which eliminates algae formation in the bowl. This results in reduce urinary tract infection for the pets and keeps the pet hydrated. The Pet waterer is also designed with an anti-splash system to prevent water from splashing on the floor or carpet. The ergonomically designed storage bottle of the Pet waterer comes with dual handles and a check valve. One handle provides for filling up the bottle and the other for carrying it and placing it in the waterer. The check valve in the system prevents water from spillage when you carry the bottle. The Pet waterer is also provided with a bottle centering device that helps users place the bottle in the unit with ease repeatedly. For more information please call 1-888-ERGOSYS.

Customer Reviews

The second one leaked.
Ronnie
They are a multi-layered filter, with each layer of filtration "supposedly" providing a beneficial purpose.
T. F.
Do yourself a favor, and don't waste your money on this product!
C. L. King

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By wwcanis on December 18, 2007
Size Name: LARGE
The ERGO automatic filtered pet waterer is the best waterer I have ever purchased. The previous waterer was a Drinkwell Big Dog Waterer. It did not have the capacity the ERGO waterer has which is a big benefit considering I have two labrador retrievers. The ERGO waterer has a prefilter which keeps debris out of the pump. I have owned this waterer for almost a year and am still very satisfied with it. It is very easy to keep clean, much easier than the previous waterer. The pump is adjustable and has lasted longer than the one in the Drinkwell waterer. The only thing is the manual does not tell you to put water in the well were the filter is located. By doing this, the pump is primed much faster, ensuring the water circulates well. A small item compared to all the benefits of this waterer.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By T. F. on December 14, 2010
Size Name: Small
I purchased this product a few of years ago. Initially it seemed to be a good product. It lasted for several months, and then the problems set in.

1) The dispensing bowl is attached to the reservoir bowl by two plastic nuts that thread onto two threaded plastic shafts extending from the dispensing bowl. There is also a small plastic tube that extends from the dispensing bowl, and fits into a receptacle in the reservoir bowl body. The tube is sealed to the receptacle by two small recessed O-rings. These O-rings are junk. During assembly the O-rings will twist and bind against each other preventing a good seal. Which in turn, will result in an empty waterer and a flooded floor? - My fix, use a food grade silicone to seal the tube to the receptacle. Problem solved; no big deal.

2) The filters that are used with this unit are also complete junk. They are a multi-layered filter, with each layer of filtration "supposedly" providing a beneficial purpose. However, this filter frequently becomes clogged. The first layer of filtration is a particulate screen; good in concept - bad in implementation. The useable surface area of this screen is less than an inch in diameter, so any debris (usually food particles and hair) that falls into the reservoir bowl will clog this filter fairly quickly. It usually takes about a week to clog it up. Once it becomes clogged, the water no longer flows. Well, so much for filtered water.

3) An easy way to unclog the filter is to back-flush it. Weekly back-flushing will extend the filter life for about a month before it has to be replaced. The filters originally came four to a pack, then three to a pack, now only two to a pack, but the price has never decreased. Ok, blame it on inflation. (Greed?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By tstaton on February 7, 2008
Size Name: Small
After a month of investigating automated pet feeding and watering devices for my pet cat, I finally selected this two gallon model by Ergo Systems. It was not an easy process, many of the consumer product reviews regarding the various available models seemed to be either plugs or diatribes. Clerks at local pet stores tried to be helpful, but none of the stores I visited carry these devices in stock so close inspection and particular model recommendations were unobtainable. The best they could offer were vendor recommendations based on reputation. I finally made my decision based on design specifications, vendor highlighted features, and the most discernibly objective reviews available.

The only criticism I have for this waterer is that it must be taken apart to be properly cleaned but the benefits of providing our cat with running, oxygenated water are worth the minor inconvenience. Disassembly/assembly can be completed by memory after initial assembly. It did take a day or so for our cat to become accustomed to the sound of the pump but this is to be expected, especially when imposing such a drastic change to the feeding and watering area.

Overall, I rate this product as good. The one part subject to wear and tear is the pump and having never owned an automated waterer before, I am still apprehensive of the failure rate of such a part. So far it has performed faithfuly.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. F. on December 11, 2010
Size Name: Medium
I purchased this product a few of years ago. Initially it seemed to be a good product. It lasted for several months, and then the problems set in.

1) The dispensing bowl is attached to the reservoir bowl by two plastic nuts that thread onto two threaded plastic shafts extending from the dispensing bowl. There is also a small plastic tube that extends from the dispensing bowl, and fits into a receptacle in the reservoir bowl body. The tube is sealed to the receptacle by two small recessed O-rings. These O-rings are junk. During assembly the O-rings will twist and bind against each other preventing a good seal. Which in turn, will result in an empty waterer and a flooded floor? - My fix, use a food grade silicone to seal the tube to the receptacle. Problem solved; no big deal.

2) The filters that are used with this unit are also complete junk. They are a multi-layered filter, with each layer of filtration "supposedly" providing a beneficial purpose. However, this filter frequently becomes clogged. The first layer of filtration is a particulate screen; good in concept - bad in implementation. The useable surface area of this screen is less than an inch in diameter, so any debris (usually food particles and hair) that falls into the reservoir bowl will clog this filter fairly quickly. It usually takes about a week to clog it up. Once it becomes clogged, the water no longer flows. Well, so much for filtered water.

3) An easy way to unclog the filter is to back-flush it. Weekly back-flushing will extend the filter life for about a month before it has to be replaced. The filters originally came four to a pack, then three to a pack, now only two to a pack, but the price has never decreased. Ok, blame it on inflation. (Greed?
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